"The Six and the Crystals of Ialana by Katlynn Brooke is the first book in the beginning of a series, and one of my new favorite entries in the fantasy genre. Before I go on, I saw that this book was dedicated: "To my mother, who always wanted me to write," and I want to say that the author's mother would be very proud....I strongly recommend this series to all my friends and fantasy lovers as it provides a new and interesting take on our favorite genre." Levi, Online Bookclub
"...It is a story of honor, courage, friendship and betrayal that goes beyond time. It unravels slowly and smoothly so that any reader can follow the plot easily." Maria Beltran, Reader's Favorite
"One of the things which impressed me most was the author’s ability to play to such a wide age group. Like some of the best Disney flicks, and some of those Steven Spielberg films like E.T., Hook, and The Adventures of Tintin, there’s something here for almost any age. Because there is so much fleeing on foot from soldiers across vast distances and varied landscapes, always moving towards more powerful magic, perhaps the series this book is most structured like is Lord of the Rings, which is a good thing, being as this is a traditional fantasy." Ian, Amazon Reader
Katlynn Brooke spent her formative years in Africa, running barefoot in the bushveld, and often home schooled or sent to boarding schools.
As a child, she day-dreamed far too much, incurring the wrath of her teachers, but this tendency came in handy later on in life when she decided to be a writer.
Now living in Virginia, far from the African bushveld, she writes and self-publishes young adult fantasy books of adventure and daring, spiced with sci-fi concepts and the metaphysical.
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